Oh those Eqsl cards

Last evening I was reading Paul PC4T's blog regarding Eqsl cards and that when he logged in he found 60 Eqsl cards that had to be answered. This made me go Hmmmmm I have an Eqsl account and I too have not checked it for some time as well! I have Friday off I and I will use some time to look into Eqsl and checking my account may allow me to pass some time. It's now Friday and I had my morning walk and took my position at the desktop and checked my Eqsl account. I will say not being on the air all that much when it comes to Eqsl has an advantage.....:). I had about 15 QSO's that needed my attention and it really seemed to have to do with UTC times not matching. That made me think to maybe not filling in the times in my log. But then again I could then get flagged for no time at all!!
Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

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